Jamaica Blue Mountain-Certified, 16oz.


The coffee was introduced to Jamaica in the early 18th century, and now their coffee beans are considered to be the best and most expensive in the world. Roughly 80% of the crops are exported to Japan. People enjoy the coffee for its mild taste and non-bitterness. Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee is highest grown at 3,000 ft. above sea level. The soil is volcanic and well drained after frequent rains and a misty climate. Production is small compared to other countries, which explains the high price. The fruity flavor will develop on your palate. With intense aroma , rich flavor and a balance between full body and moderate acidity it is no wonder the high price is accepted.



Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee has garnered a reputation for being the most expensive coffee in the world, even more than beans grown in Hawaii’s famous Kona region. There’s a reason for this: it’s exported in extremely small batches and offers a taste unlike any other single-origin bean in the world. But at nearly $60 a pound, it’s important to be certain you’re getting what you’re paying for, which is why Mitalena Coffee is proud to offer our Certified Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee.

Our Certified Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee boasts a rich flavor palette, bearing tones of fruit, nuts, and floral notes, as well as an intense aroma and clean body. In addition to being grown in one of the specifically designated “Blue Mountain” regions in Jamaica, it also undergoes a rigorous certification process. This process includes assessments of the altitude at which it’s grown, how the coffee trees are grown, and the length of time until they’re picked. All these components are responsible for making this certified coffee truly one-of-a-kind.

To learn more about our roasting process or place an order, contact Mitalena Coffee online or call (713) 827-7799.

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